Dear Colleagues, it is my pleasure to congratulate the following Stage Directors, Conductors, Creative Teams, Stage Management, Technical Directors, Staff and Mentors throughout OMDA on the following National Opera Association Awards!
- Amanda Consol, Stage Director: The Turn of the Screw was awarded 2nd Prize in Division III of the 2011 Opera Production Competition sponsored by the National Opera Association.
- Steven Goldstein, Stage Director: Dialogues of the Carmelites was awarded 2nd Prize in Division V of the 2011 Opera Production Competition sponsored by the National Opera Association.
- Kenneth Shaw, Stage Director: The Cunning Little Vixen was awarded 3rd Prize in Division II of the 2011 Opera Production Competition sponsored by the National Opera Association.
- Jennifer Williams, Stage Director: L’Ile de Tulipatan was awarded 3rd Prize in Division III of the 2011 Opera Production Competition sponsored by the National Opera Association
Another great year for CCM Opera!
The awards will be presented at the Gala Banquet of the NOA National Convention on January 7, 2012. For convention information www.noa.org.
CCM Presents a Staged ‘St. Matthew Passion’ – Sunday, November 20th at 1:30pm at St. Peter in Chains
CCM’s Chamber Choir, Philharmonia Orchestra and Cincinnati Children’s Choir combine for an afternoon featuring one of the timeless masterworks of choral music: J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion. This massive staged undertaking, the first of its kind in the Midwest, will be held at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral (Eighth and Plum Street, Downtown Cincinnati) at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 20.
Dr. Earl Rivers – conductor
Jennifer Williams – director
William McGraw – Jesus
Ian McEuen & Shawn Mlynek – The Evangelists
John McCarthy – Pilate
Holly Cameron – soprano
Abigail Santos – soprano
Kate Wakefield – mezzo-soprano
Eric Jurenas – countertenor
Ian Ramirez – tenor
Wesley Brax – baritone
Derrell Acon – bass-baritone
CCM Chamber Choir
CCM Philharmonia Orchestra
The Cincinnati Children’s Choir
CCM Electronic Media student Greg Shurts provides us with a video preview of this weekend’s staged production of J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion.
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